Why I Still Hate Blogs..But Why I Still Use My Blog

Blogs have been around for a few years now and are still growing in popularity. There are several reasons why more and more people are using blogs. It is extremely easy to post anything on a blog as compared to posting similar content on a traditional web page. Therefore anyone who wants to write comments, experience, opinions, and ideas on any subject finds it very convenient to use blogs where you can just insert your postings without bothering about messing with HTML.

Very part time work. You don’t have to invest a ton of time into a blog. Yes, you have to update it regularly and yes you have to spend time making sure you have enough traffic but it’s not like it’s a full time job.

Now imagine that other people (bloggers) start jumping in the pool, splashing around like idiots and start upsetting all the other people. And, these bloggers have absolutely nothing in common with the rest of us. In fact, some of these bloggers promote “unsavory” and even immoral practices and products! They have low or no page rank, traffic from God only knows where, and pretty soon…

Just like any other kinds of websites, successful blogs provide unique and original content. This is the magnetism that makes people visit their web logs frequently. Unluckily, creating such content is not an easy task. Moreover, we have to keep them always up-to-date. These problems have caused many multiple blogs owners to rarely update their blog posts or to go for plagiarizing the contents from other Follow me. These acts will result in their failure to attract frequent visitors as well as in gaining a good rank on search engines.

Profiles are easy to access. You can browse sites, enter your search criteria, and begin taking a look at the type of people that match that search criteria. You can see photos, read about their interests, and maybe even see video clips. This is all available at the touch online blogs of your mouse. You can check these out in the private of your own home.

Just like quick tips, “how to” posts help you provide valuable information to your readers. However, unlike quick tips, these posts go into detail on a certain topic. Some “how to” posts are even separated out into two or three-part courses.

It’s this simple. I once saw a guy who wrote a software that explains these principles. The software will remind you of which step to take next. He charged over a hundred dollars for it, but garaunteed your money back if you didn’t hit the top 10 results on Google for your niche in a year. It’s a formula. Step-by-step instructions — that work.